Cybersecurity in Delaware

Cybersecurity in Delaware

State officials and UD experts convene to discuss opportunities to bolster cybersecurity education The University of Delaware’s Cybersecurity Initiative hosted a discussion with James Collins, Chief Information Officer of the State of Delaware, and Solomon Adote,...
Good Vibrations

Good Vibrations

UD startup tests Parkinson’s disease device with Michael J. Fox Foundation funding Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a progressive nervous system disorder that slowly isolates people by taking away their mobility and fine motor control. An estimated 1 million people in the...
UD’s Online Master’s in ECE Ranked Among Nation’s Best

UD’s Online Master’s in ECE Ranked Among Nation’s Best

The University of Delaware has been ranked among the top 30 Best Online Master’s in Computer Engineering Programs for 2019 by OnlineMasters.com. Listed at No. 7 overall, UD’s Online Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering (MSECE Online) program is...
In Search of Weyl semimetals

In Search of Weyl semimetals

UD engineers make materials that could enable better computer chips Imagine how much you could accomplish if the circuits in your laptop and cell phone worked 10 times faster, and your battery lasted 10 times longer, than they do now. In order to understand the...
Putting It All Together

Putting It All Together

Senior engineers stretch their skills to solve real-world problems From theory to application, fourth-year engineering students at the University of Delaware recently tapped into their knowledge to create products and solutions for industry sponsors. For the Senior...
The Safety of Smart Cities

The Safety of Smart Cities

As the number of ‘smart’ cities grow, will they also become safer? Editor’s Note: This article is part of a larger series of Q&As that originated in the future-focused UD Magazine. To see additional questions, please visit the Envisioning the Future website. Smart...
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